You've seen versions of this before, but this morning it was especially intriguing. Multiple plaids.
The day dawned bright and sunny, much too nice to stay indoors, even at the loom. So off we went up the mountain to check out Marshall, North Carolina. It's the county seat of Madison County, and has a big beautiful dome atop its courthouse:
Marshall is a cute, cozy little town with a friendly air, today full of cyclists. We found a lunch place in an old warehouse down a side street.
The ladies' room wall had some prime graffiti. Here's an example. Click to enlarge:
Bruce prowled some older neighborhoods with his camera, and I took out my sketchbook.
At home, the hyacinth on my kitchen table has grown an inch during the day.
Homemade pea soup for supper.